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Karen Mok Man-Wai
Karen Joy Morris,  Mok Man-Wai,  Karen Mok
Born: June 2nd, 1970 (Hong Kong)

Filmography (1993-2016)
  Actor (52 films)
    The Tigers - The Legend of Canton (1993) ... Feminist [cameo]
    Family Affairs (1994) ... Diana
    A Chinese Odyssey Part One - Pandora's Box (1995) ... Baak Gwat Cheng / Pak Jing Jing
    A Chinese Odyssey Part Two - Cinderella (1995) ... Baak Gwat Cheng / Pak Jing Jing
    Out of the Dark (1995) ... Kwan
    Heaven Can't Wait (1995) ... Joan
    Fallen Angels (1995) ... Blondie
    Sexy and Dangerous (1996) ... Van Chai / Chan Lai Wan
    Those Were the Days (1996) ... Patricia (adult)
    Young and Dangerous 3 (1996) ... Lam Shuk Fan
    Best of the Best (1996) ... Karen Kook
    4 Faces of Eve (1996) ... Mistress of Chan Giu's husband
    Black Mask (1996) ... Tracy Lee
    Viva Erotica (1996) ... May
    The God of Cookery (1996) ... Twin Dagger Turkey
    Young and Dangerous 4 (1997) ... Wasabi / Lam Suk Fan
    Kitchen (1997) ... Jenny
    Lawyer, Lawyer (1997) ... Wu Man
    Task Force (1997) ... Shirley Lau
    First Love: The Litter on the Breeze (1997)    
    King of Comedy (1999) ... Sister Cuckoo
    Tempting Heart (1999) ... Chen Li
    Bruce Law Stunts (2000) ... Herself
    Dragon Heat (2000)    
    From Ashes to Ashes (2000) ... Karen
    The Teacher Without Chalk (2000) ... Sister Teresa
    Roaring Wheels (2000) ... Suki Fung
    Goodbye Mr. Cool (2001) ... Helen Poon / Macau Hung
    Shaolin Soccer (2001) ... Dragon Twin
    La Brassiere (2001) ... Shirley
    The Irresistible Piggies (2002) ... So Mei
    So Close (2002) ... Inspector Kong Yat-Hung
    Haunted Office (2002) ... Pat
    Red Snow (2002)    
    Love Under the Sun (2003)    
    The Twins Effect (2003) ... Ivy
    Enter the Phoenix (2004) ... Julie Lui
    Around the World in 80 Days (2004) ... General Fang
    Dragon Blade (2005) ... Ying Ying [voice:Cantonese]
    Wait 'Til You're Older (2005) ... Tsui Man
    Magic & Me (2006) ... Herself
    The Heavenly Kings (2006) ... Herself
    Mr. Cinema (2007) ... Luk Min
    Lost, Indulgence (2008) ... Su Dan
    Go Lala Go! (2010) ... Rose
    The Road Less Traveled (2010) ... Susan
    East Meets West (2011) ... Chung Siu-ming/Sammi
    The Law of Attraction (2011) ... Mei
    Man of Tai Chi (2013) ... Suen Jing-si
    Better and Better (2013)    
    The Great Hypnotist (2014) ... Ren Xiaoyan
    A Chinese Odyssey: Part Three (2016) ... White Bone Demon / Bai Jingjing
  Music (1 film)
    Go Lala Go! (2010)    
  Singer (1 film)
    So Close (2002)    
  Lyrics (1 film)
    So Close (2002)    
  Born in Hong Kong to British and Chinese parents, Karen Mok was educated in London and Italy. She entered in the entertainment industry as a singer, and later made her film debut in comedian Stephen Chiau's retelling of the Chinese classic "Journey to the West", "A Chinese Odyssey". She was cast in Wong Kar-Wai's "Fallen Angels" for which she won the Best Supporting Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards.

From the DVD release of "A Chinese Odyssey Part I".

Born in Hong Kong of Welsh, Chinese and Persian descent, Karen Mok is an actress and singer who has enjoyed phenomenal success in Asia since making her debut in 1993.

A winner of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award, Karen, who speaks five languages (English, Cantonese, Mandarin, French and Italian), also won a two-year scholarship to complete her secondary studies at the United World College in Italy. She then went on to read Italian Literature at London University before returning to Hong Kong to embark on a career in entertainment.

Internationally recognized, the award-winning actress has appeared in nearly 40 films including SHAOLIN SOCCER, one of the highest-grossing films in Hong Kong's history, FALLEN ANGELS, for which she was honored with a Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, and Disney's AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS with Jackie Chan. Her film credits also include BLACK MASK with Jet Li, Stephen Chow's THE GOD OF COOKERY and Cory Yuen's action movie SO CLOSE. Mok recently completed filming Ekachai Uekrongtham's English-language thriller THE COFFIN which opened at No.1 at the Box office in Thailand.

In the field of music, Karen has a habit of making history: she was the first female artist from Hong Kong to win Taiwan's prestigious Golden Melody Award (equivalent to the Grammy Award in the Mandarin music market) and the first Asian star to take the lead role in the Broadway hit musical "RENT" on its 10th Anniversary World Tour. In addition, Mok is an accomplished recording artist, with 12 albums released to date.

Karen recently performed at the Beijing Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies. (From alivenotdead.com profile)